Charlotte Radspieler (born 21 June 1910, † 19 September 1967 in Berlin) was a German actress and dubbing actress. Charlotte Radspieler had started her first demonstrable engagement in 1933 at the Stadttheater in Bamberg after her artistic training. In Der Klosterjäger she got a leading role as Gittli, but then she appeared in the background. Only in her last movie Clarissa she had a bigger part next to the title hero Sybille Schmitz. In 1940 and 1943 she appeared in Franz Grillparzer's play Das goldene Fleeze at the Volksbühne.After the end of the war she worked in some television productions and worked for the radio in Berlin. In 1961 she appeared on the comedy. Among other things, she lent her voice to Brenda Marshall in The Lord of the Seven Seas and Dorothy McGuire in The Spiral Staircase. She was buried in the cemetery Heerstrasse at Trakehner Allee.
Verlorene Söhne (1955)
Streit um Percy (1954)
Sie kommen immer in der Nacht (1954)
Spiel auf der Tenne (1937)
Der Klosterjäger (1935)
Deathday1967-09-19 (57 years old)
Place of birthBerlin, Germany
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